Program and papers for the 2nd National Workshop of the ANU's Economics and Environment Network (EEN) 
4-6 May 2005

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  • ABSTRACTS of papers
  • Full PAPERS in order of presentation:
  • Sustainability and market structure in renewable resource markets: The case of gaharu in Papua New Guinea by Nicolas Gerber (University of New South Wales) and Robert J. Hill

    The economic payoffs from marine reserves: resource rents in a stochastic environment by R.Quentin Grafton (Australian National University),Tom Kompas and Pham Van Ha

    Factors influencing agricultural professionals' attitudes towards organic agriculture and biotechnology by Sarah Wheeler (University of South Australia)

    Ecosystem health demystified - An ecology concept determined by economic means by Ed Hearnshaw (Lincoln University, New Zealand), Ross Cullen and Ken Hughey

    Eternal Coase and external costs: A case for bilateral taxation and amenity rights by Yew-Kwang Ng (Monash University)

    The influence of lobby groups on public opinion: The case of environmental policy by John Wilson (University of South Australia)

    Optimal intensity targets for emissions trading under uncertainty by Frank Jotzo (Australian National University) and Jack Pezzey

    An economic framework for traffic planning in Greater Melbourne by Harry Clarke (La Trobe University) and Andrew Hawkins

    Household demand for improved water services in Ho Chi Minh City: A comparison of contingent valuation and choice modelling estimates by Pham Khanh Nam (University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) and Tran Vo Hung Son

    The income of nations: Measurement with (what?) theory by Michael Harris (University of Sydney)

    Towards a market: Geophysical-bioeconomic targeting of plant-based land use change for management of stream water yield and salinity by Tom Nordblom (Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute), Iain Hume, Andrew Bathgate, Robyn Hean, Charlotte Duke and Michael Reynolds

    Using experimental economics to design a diffuse source salinity credit trade policy by Jeffery Connor (CSIRO), John Ward and John Tisdell

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